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Recent Concert Announcements: Umphrey's McGee; Sixfoxwhiskey, Fred Eaglesmith

Umphrey’s McGee ($26.50) will play the College Street Music Hall in New Haven on Jan. 31. Tickets go on sale Oct. 19. collegestreetmusichall.com D’Capella ($35-$55), Disney’s live a cappella concert, comes to Toyota Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford on Feb. 20. Tickets go on sale Oct. 19. The Experience...

Press Play: Connecticut's Underground Music Scene

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  • Duo Sofi Tukker At Foxwoods

    Duo Sofi Tukker At Foxwoods

    Sofi Tukker is a duo that came together when the two musicians were at Brown University in Rhode Island. It was a strange pairing from the start, blending house music with elements of Brazilian bossa nova. Their new record, “Tree House,” which came out earlier this year, starts with a song that...

  • Matthew Perryman Jones Brings His Themes Of Sadness To Café Nine

    Matthew Perryman Jones Brings His Themes Of Sadness To Café Nine

    Happiness is an elusive thing. That’s part of the point of “Happy,” the opening song on Nashville singer/songwriter Matthew Perryman Jones’ new album “Waking Hours,” his seventh studio record. Sometimes we get everything we wanted and everything we need and we are still plagued by discontent. Love...

Street Level: Outdoor Concert Music Series

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  • Country Singer Cole Swindell To Play Oakdale

    Country Singer Cole Swindell To Play Oakdale

    ‘We’re all in our little gettin’-right situation,” sings Cole Swindell on “Reason to Drink,” a rockin’ country tune with slashing guitars and pounding drums about all the things that drive people to seek solace in the mind-numbing and party-starting effects of alcohol. Heartbreak, romance, fatigue...

    • Florence + The Machine At Mohegan Sun

      Florence + The Machine At Mohegan Sun

      Bono and U2 may have named their last two records after William Blake poems, but Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine got to actually read Blake’s poetry and have it used as the soundtrack for a Gucci fashion show last year. That’s just a way of letting you know that Welch means business when...

      • Julian Marley And The Uprising At Toad's Place

        Julian Marley And The Uprising At Toad's Place

        Julian Marley was 21 when he released his first album. That was 22 years ago. He is, of course, the son of global music giant and reggae legend Bob Marley. The younger Marley doubtless took inspiration from his father, and like him, he’s embraced the Jamaican religion of Rastafarianism. Connecticut...

        • Captured! By Robots Bringing Dystopian Nightmare To New Haven

          Captured! By Robots Bringing Dystopian Nightmare To New Haven

          You have to understand the mythology behind the “band” Captured! By Robots to fully appreciate what’s going on. Well, sort of — on the one hand there’s a dude with a bunch of machines making an unholy racket, and that’s pretty entertaining even if you don’t know the story. The story, though, is...

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